Lagos - The Lagos State Government has charged 17 people to court for being members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect, according to Nation.
The suspects were on Wednesday arraigned before the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, were they have been accused of alleged terrorist acts and possession of prohibited firearms and ammunition.
The accused, are Mustapha Hassan, Abba Duguni, Sanni Adamu, Danjuma Yahaya, Musa Bala, Bala Daura, Farouk Haruna and Abdula Zuladaini.
Ali Modu, Adamu Karumi, Ibrahim Ali, Ibrahim Bukar, Mohammed A. Mohammed, Bala Haruna, Idris Ali, Mohammed Murtala, Kadri Mohammed.
The accused pleaded not guilty, but were ordered to be remanded in prison.
The case has been adjourned to December 3 for trial.
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